While change can happen through counseling, support, and research - educating fathers is as essential.  I provide fathers, partners, and families with dynamic educational experiences, presentations, and workshops on various topics.  I recently presented at the 2015 Minnesota Fathers and Families Network Conference about my research on the biological background of fatherhood, the impacts from the lack of paternal supportive services, and my proposal for an integrative perinatal model of care for fathers & couples.  Some of the topics I specialize in include:

  • The biological basis for fatherhood

  • Perinatal and postpartum depression in fathers & partners

  • Father, partner, and infant attachment

  • Men's issues in maternal care

  • Paternity leave

  • Relationship quality during pregnancy, birth, and postpartum